HS Human Anatomy and Physiology

HS COURSE SYLLABUS

1.0 Carnegie Unit 

Instructor Information:

AH 201 TEXTBOOK

Dr. Sarah T. Lacy

drstlacy@gmail.com

Hi and welcome to the The University of MississippiHigh School at Ole Miss and Botany. I am Dr. Sarah Trotman Lacy, and I will be your online instructor. Just to let you know a little about me, I have taught Biology I, Genetics, Human Anatomy and Physiology, Math, and Advanced Placement Biology for the Oxford School District for 39 years and retired in June 2011. I have a Bachelor of Science from Mississippi University for Women, a Master of Science and Ph. D. from the University of Mississippi. I have two sons, Brooks and Stuart; 2 grandsons, Bennett and Etienne; and four cats Missy, Coco, Kitt and Isabell.


I am here to help so when you have questions, just e-mail me through the Blackboard system. I hope you will enjoy your experience in Human Anatomy and Physiology at the The University of Mississippi High School.

Contact Information:

If you have questions concerning the content of the course, you may contact the instructor directly using the email link in the "Communications & Tools" tab. NOTE: Whenever sending an email, please be sure to indicate your Course title and number in the subject line (ie, AP Art History).

For lesson or test administration issues, please contact the HS department:

The University of Mississippi High School
P. O. Box 7959
University, MS 38677-0729

Phone: 662-915-1296
Fax: (662) 915-5138
E-mail: UMHS@olemiss.edu

Course Description

Anatomy and Physiology is offered as a continuation of studies initiated in Biology with an emphasis placed on human anatomy and physiology. It is a college preparatory class designed for those who plan to major in a science-related field at the college or technical school level. Students are expected to practice self-discipline in order to keep up with reading and written assignments.

Textbook Information:

Required Textbook:

Hole's ESSENTIALS OF HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY (9th edition) by Shier, Butler, and Lewis

It is the student's responsibility to order his or her textbook. Online textbook retailers such as Amazon.com, ABEbooks.com, or Half.com usually provide used textbooks at economical prices.

You must make sure you are ordering the exact book required in this syllabus.

Course Objectives:

Objectives include (but are not limited to):

1

Utilizing critical thinking and scientific problem solving in designing and performing biological research and experimentation.

2
Describing the basic organization of the body using the appropriate anatomical concepts.
3
Discussing the biochemical composition of the human body.
4
Exploring the relationship of the cell to the more complex levels of organization within the body.
5
Identifying the structure and function of the human body systems, explore the interactions.

Course Outline:

This course consists of 20 instructional modules (or lessons). Each module has a progress test that must be scheduled in advance and taken in your proctor's presence.

Units
LESSON Reading Assignments
Due for Grades
1

Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology

Chapter 1
Self Check, Progress Test
2

Tissues

Chapter 5
Self Check, Progress Test
3

Skin and the Integumentary System

Chapter 6
Self Check, Progress Test
4

Skeletal System (Anatomy)

Chapter 7
Self Check, Progress Test
5
Skeletal System (Physiology) Chapter 7
Self Check, Progress Test
6

Muscular System (Physiology)

Chapter 8
Self Check, Progress Test
7

Muscular System (Anatomy)

Chapter 8
Self Check, Progress Test
8
Nervous System Chapter 9
Self Check, Progress Test
9
Nervous System (Brain and Spinal Cord) Chapter 9
Self Check, Progress Test
10

Somatic and Special Senses

Chapter 10
Self Check, Progress Test
11
Endocrine System Chapter 11
Self Check, Progress Test
12

Blood

Chapter 12
Self Check, Progress Test
13
Cardiovascular System Chapter 13
Self Check, Progress Test
14
Cardiovascular System (Blood Vessels) Chapter 13
Self Check, Progress Test
15
Lymphatic System and Immunity Chapter 14
Self Check, Progress Test
16
Digestion and Nutrition I Chapter 15
Self Check, Progress Test
17
Digestion and Nutrition II Chapter 15
Self Check, Progress Test
18
Respiratory System Chapter 16
Self Check, Progress Test
19
Urinary System Chapter 17
Self Check, Progress Test
20
Reproductive Systems and Pregnancy Chapter 19 and 20
Self Check, Progress Test

Grading:

GRADING SCALE

93 - 100% = A
85 - 92% = B
75 - 84% = C
70 - 74% = D
Below 69% = F

GRADING INFORMATION:

The grading format is as follows:

Self Checks 40%
Progress Tests 60%

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